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"registered post" in British English

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registered postnoun [U]

uk   us   UK (US registered mail)
a way of ​sendingletters or ​parcels by using a ​service that ​deals with them in a ​special way and makes ​sure they do not get ​lost: You'd ​bettersend the ​cheque (by)registeredpost.
(Definition of registered post from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"registered post" in Business English

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registered postnoun [U]

uk   us   UK
COMMUNICATIONS →  registered mail
(Definition of registered post from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “registered post”
in Chinese (Simplified) 挂号邮寄…
in Chinese (Traditional) 掛號郵寄…
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